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While discount retailers at "C" malls benefit from the recent store closures, leading to lower rent costs, REITs and the malls themselves are in trouble.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on the deepening of retail stocks' weakness and the Amazon Effect.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average secures gains in the first week of the new year, though again fails to break through its seemingly impossible 20,000 milestone.
Dow 20,000 came agonizingly close on Friday, but building momentum flagged in the final moments of the trading session.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average backs away from its 20,000 milestone again on Friday after coming within a point of the level earlier in the session.
Gap reported an uptick in same-store sales in December at its namesake and Old Navy brands.
Stocks are mostly higher, though unsettled trading makes gains uncertain.
Stocks rise Friday, though unsettled trading made gains uncertain, after wage growth in December raises the chances for a few rate hikes this year.
Gap reported strong Holiday sales figures on Wednesday, but it's still an 'inconsistent' stock, TheStreet's Jim Cramer said.
Stock futures turn higher Friday after the Labor Department says the U.S. added 156,000 jobs in December.
Samsung is predicting its biggest profit in 3 years, just months after the massive recall of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.
All eyes are on Friday's jobs report after Thursday's disappointment.
On a day where a milestone was in sight, the markets pulled back, led by struggling retailers.
Gap surprised everyone with its December sales.
A recent downside reversal in the apparel retailer's shares indicates further declines likely are ahead.
Gap Inc. (NYSE:GPS) today reported that net sales were up 1 percent and comparable sales were positive 2 percent for the November and December 2016 holiday season, compared with last year.
Nine of the S&P 500's top 10 decliners today are within the retail space.
Painful store closure news from Macy's and Sears serve as a reminder of an over-stored America.
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Struggling Gap continues to vanish from entire countries.
Brick-and-mortar sales were up 6.5% year-over-year for the week ended December 24.
Shares of Gap were in focus on Thursday on word that Israelis won't be able to shop at Gap next year.
Here come the problems for a select group of retailers.